Flowers: June-August. Plant in sun or shade. HxS 30cmx1.5m
This cranesbill is an improved form of Geranium cantabrigiense ‘Biokovo’ which holds the white flowers for longer before ageing to pink. It is an Alan Bremner hybrid, bred and named in Orkney. A cross between G. dalmaticum ‘Album’ and G. macrorrhizum ‘Album’ with evergreen, deep glossy green leaves, which are aromatic. It grows well in most soils, is low growing and forms good ground cover. We find it stays evergreen with us but may be semi-evergreen in colder areas.
Care & Maintenance.
This cranesbill is very easy to manage. Remove old overwintered leaves in spring, tidying up any damaged by winter weather. Propagate by division in spring. Pest and disease resistant.
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